Top 25 BADASS Guitar Riffs - Through The Years
Thanks for connecting! You're almost done. Connect to your existing Cracked account if you have one or create a new Cracked username. Great music can inspire us to do anything: love one another, protest an unjust war, make sweet, sweet love to a large black man in the s. But in the '80s there were a series of songs that inspired us to kick ass in every way possible. None inspired more ass kicking than these. The synthesizer riff in this track is as fist-pumping as music gets without involving an actual instrument.
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But I, for one, am mourning. I can't help but think of all those good years, all those gallons of adrenaline, all those members of Stemm who now have no readily discernible means of feeding themselves.
And, of course, those legions upon legions of fraternity brothers, who in the throes of sheer exaltation crushed shanty towns worth of beverage cans on their collective forehead every time The Gladiator took the screen.
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I mourn for all of it, really. And I'm not going to kid myself; it may be some time before I'm whole again. It's a process, is what it is. But in the meantime, I find solace in the gladiator spirit that continues to permeate the sport he so valiantly represented for so long.
Sure, the fighting is part of that.
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But really what I'm talking about are the entrance songs. Here are my picks for the 30 best entrance songs in the UFC today.
The 30 Best Entrance Songs in the UFC. 0 of followed closely by Kid Rock, The fact that it's a bad-ass '70s rock anthem doesn't hurt either. Party at the Moon Tower! Oct 24, Great music can inspire us to do anything: love one another, protest an unjust war, make sweet, sweet love to a large black man in the s. But in the '80s there were a series of songs that inspired us to kick ass in every way possible. None inspired more as. Kick Ass Workout Songs: The Ultimate Playlist Kid Rock - Bawitdaba BACK IN BLACK?! A song we've ALL HEARD A BILLION TIMES!? No. Bad list is bad. lol Some of the worst songs I've ever heard are on this shit. Wtf. This list is sonically appalling. Generic as shit, too. Here's a much better list for someone with actual musical taste.
They are the fanfare of the fighter, the announcement of his presence, the clarion call for battle and for blood. But that was a while back.
Time for an ate. This covers active UFC fighters only. And, unfortunately, because of limitations on usable UFC footage, videos for the songs themselves are used in most cases.
You'll just have to use your imagination. But that's OK. I suspect The Gladiator would have wanted it that way. As you read, pour some American-style pilsner on the pavement for this fallen hero. Because this one's for him.
Right off the bat, the entrance song sets the tone. This one is a pretty straightforward illustration.
Lyrics to 'Big-Ass Rock' by The Full Monty. Let's find a rock, I mean a big-ass rock Or maybe something like, a cinder block is better I'll hoist it up and drop it on your . Jun 21, Be the song everybody wanna sing Bring harmony and be the chosen one Aint no one gonna stop us, EPIC ROCK | ''Bad'' by Royal Deluxe - Duration: JennyMusic 7, views. Author: Discovering Music. The song's sound and lyrics ("We are strong / No one can tell us we're wrong") are kick-ass enough. But the video really takes the song to new heights. First, there's Benatar's seething stares, heavy eyeliner, and punk-rock hair.
Boot-stompin' brawler walks out to boot-stompin' country classic about not takin' nothin' from nobody. Gotta like that. Not the best track from these Warped Tour mainstays but still a good song from a good '90s punk act.
And it gets you pretty pumped, too. The first line in the chorus-"fire it up, and let the flesh be damned"-is delivered with a snarl that almost demands confrontation. Not only used by both fighters, but used by both fighters at the same event! They both walked out to it at UFC It was like a waking nightmare! It was Pink and Shakira all over again.
It is still a good song, though. Hidden categories: Articles with short description Articles with hAudio microformats Singlechart usages for Germany2 Singlechart usages for Swiss All stub articles.
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Also, let's face it. That distinctly '80s synthesizer sound didn't exactly age well.
Those too young to remember the Cold War, in fact, tend to laugh upon hearing it. Best Things to Do While Listening: Any activity which may seem like a good idea initially, but soon becomes completely ridiculous.
May we suggest Ultimate Frisbee, riding a pocket bike or watching the second season of Lost. This song was written in that small window of the '80s when a blue collar steelworker from New Jersey with a terminal case of hockey hair could write songs about being a cowboy and be taken seriously.
It was a very small window; it really only encased this one song.
When he tried to repeat its success with "Blaze of Glory," the whole thing became laughable when Bon Jovi insists that he is a "Colt in your stable," a lyric which may be the most unintentionally gay thing anybody ever said, ever, throughout time.
Still, in "Wanted" when he throws up his fist and says he's seen a million faces and rocked them all, we believe him. We want to spend the rest of our lives rocking faces. The Only Way It Could Be Better: The song is a bipolar narrative, with Bon Jovi emotionally wandering from the depths of the deepest stone-washed denim blues to the highest peak of cock-rocker euphoria.
Incidentally, if you have had your face rocked at any point by Bon Jovi, please seek prompt medical attention.
It is highly probable you have contracted something doctors are referring to as "super-chlamydia. Best Things to Do While Listening: This is a song best suited for strapping on a six-shooter or saddling up a motorcycle. Anything, really, that one could conceivably do to let others know that you have a large penis and are not afraid to use it.
You read correctly. Freddy Mercury opposed Sylvester Stallone while Sly was currently filming a movie about what happens to people that oppose him hint: they are beaten savagely until they are no more than pound sacks of meat pudding and regret.
So if you need a little inspiration to go out there and rule the world today, we've gathered some of our favorite lyrics to make you feel like a badass female from some of the baddest. Jan 05, Not everyone (anyone) agreed with VH1's Greatest Hip-Hop Songs. Let's see what happens when they talk about folks with guitars. Before we dig in, . Apr 18, The first song on his second major album, "American Bad Ass" describes Kid Rock in a nutshell - all the things that make up his style and personality and musical influences.
To add insult to injury, three years later Queen would give rights to their song "One Vision" to the movie Iron Eagle. This was a goofy flying movie in which Louis Gossett Jr. It is widely accepted that when played backwards the chorus of "Another One Bites the Dust," clearly states "It's fun to smoke marijuana. Or, maybe if you get in a lot of fistfights, you could have one of your cohorts play this as they haul the other guy away, bleeding.
Under the surface, the majority of the songs on this list are entirely about cock and the various ways it is great to have one; the fun of swinging it about, waggling it in the face of opposition; or simply writing songs about it while playing phallic guitars.
As such, we feel the need to represent the ladies a bit, here. In case the subtleties of love and conflict might escape you.
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The video hammered the message home by manifesting these metaphors as a bunch of whores dance-fighting a Raul Julia look-alike while shaking their boobs in a menacing fashion. This was "cock rock" for the female set. Best Things to Do While Listening: Stand up to the oppressive patriarchal regime, learn to respect yourself and your body, or just Jazzercise.
This song debuted in on the Footloose soundtrack, and called for a resurgence of heroic chivalry among men of the era. Bonnie Tyler cried out in futility and frustration, lamenting "Where have all the good men gone, and where are all the gods?
In response to this heart-wrenching plea for masculinity, men of the '80s commenced to wear white loafers without socks, purchased hair mousse in bulk and turned up their Wham!
But in all fairness to the men of the '80s, Bonnie went on to specify that the man she wanted was "a white knight on a fiery steed," who was "racing with the thunder and rising with the heat," from a place "up where the mountains meet the heavens above, out where the lightning splits the sea.
Best Things to Do While Listening: This song inspired young women not to settle for second best, as well as motivating young men to be at their most grand and heroic. Appropriate actions to take would be forging swords, sword-fighting or swooning while watching your man sword-fight. If these actions are beyond you, may we recommend purchasing a Wham! Tyler will shut up eventually.
There are two kinds of people in this world: People who love Journey ironically and people who love Journey genuinely.
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People who love Journey ironically are mostly leather-clad hipsters in second-hand vintage T-shirts, smoking cloves and hanging with strung-out androgynous she-boys outside used record stores. As for people who love Journey genuinely, they do so because of this song. It includes vague references to singing in bars, drinking, cheap perfume, taking your chances, livin' in the city, romance at midnight, a jaded city boy, a lonely small-town girl, and a mysterious train whose destination, one assumes, is rock 'n' roll.